The process of breaking bad is full of trial and error. Walter White transformed from a mild-mannered, well-coiffed high school chemistry teacher into a terrifying, internationally-renowned bald drug lord in only five seasons—we should cut him some slack. But that doesn't mean that we can't learn from his mistakes. Here are six places Walter White shouldn't have hidden his money—and some much better tricks you can use to keep your money safe.
After last week's premiere blew the doors off how quickly Breaking Bad would go from Hank's realization to direct confrontation with Walt, "Buried" eases off the gas pedal a bit, delaying the bullet-train plot momentum in order to pit family members against one another. The investigation doesn't ramp up at the DEA. Nobody breaks down any doors or makes any arrests. No news crews splash the identity of Heisenberg across the country. Instead, the battle rages on between the Whites and the Schraders. Hank and Marie, on the side of justice, truth, and safety for Walter Jr. and Holly, want to...
Heading into the final half of the final season, Breaking Bad is running high on 5 years of momentum. As the a full-steam-ahead plot machine begins its sprint to the finish, we here at link polled some of our (figurative!) methhead staff writers to answer the question on everyone's mind: what happens at the end of the ride?
Here's what WE think will go down:
A Shakespearean Bloodbath
Walter has often been compared to a Shakespeare villain. He’s sociopathic, manipulative and power-hungry....
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Does anyone think that Walter somewhat redeems himself for all the things he's done when he saves Jesse and shows that he cares, or does him saving Jesse only make his family feel worse for what he did to them without caring and leave Jesse indebted to a man he hates?
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